This is one of my favorite Beatles songs, and I know in some circles this is a mortal sin. But looking around on youtube I felt that there wasn’t a remix worthy of such a great song. This remix isn’t worthy either, but I think its at least a little bit better. Fun song to work with though, all minor, and crazy time signature changes.
I finally finished updating one of my favorite songs I have done; “Breakdown” with the new 2.0 version. Thanks to my wife for helping me with the Zombie part! I rearranged a few sections, redid all the voices, add lots of samples, and redid the drums…pretty much just left the melody and the bass line, and the basic structure of the song. Hope you enjoy! -The Spanning Tree
Through conduit.com I was able to make my own app for all my music ambitions. So if you have an Android or a Windows phone you can download my app by clicking on or scanning the image above with your phone. Let me know what you think!
So I have roughly 40 FLP (Fruity Loops Project files) that I am “giving away”. Most of them are under 10 patterns, and none of them are finished. If you download one and its missing a vst or a sample, sorry, but I’m not supplying that. You will just have to add your own sound. This does require a SugarSync account. So enjoy, and let me know what you make of these at howtomakeelectronicmusic.com
Suspect is 187, I pulled these samples off of half life 2 just in case you where wondering. Used alot of Gross Beat, and once again I have a drop with a piano and string solo. I really like the way this song turned out though.
This is a little experiment I tried, and turned out pretty good I think. Take a breakdown from a Metalcore song add wobble bass from Dubstep, Then Add a bass drop, and some nice drums, and you have a hell’a heavy shit…Prepare to hear more of this in the near future.
Sometimes you need a lead part to use as a transition or as maybe a “solo” type part. An easy way to do this is by using the chords or bass-line your song structure already incorporates, and turning it into a run to help spice things up.
Here is the post I wrote at www.howtomakeelectronicmusic.com
Check this out, I started working on this song a few years ago, and dropped it. Finally got it done with a mostly just minor changes and maybe two new riffs.
Im also using a new service called SoundCloud.com! Its awesome, you can make comments of the song directly on the song. There are thousands of artists on the website you can “explorer”, if your into looking for new music
I was going through some of my older projects and found alot of songs I need to finish, but I found these two that are done but I never exported them. DAO is the song I played live with my guitar, and 1053 is a cool song. I dont really write stuff like this now a days.
This song was originally written in 2004, when I was in a band in high school called Dying Declaration. It is one of two songs that I “released” after the band split, I just didn’t think it would take 7 years to get this one done. I think my mixing has come along way over the past few songs. Have any ideas or thoughts, let me know.
This song is brought to you by Half-Life 2. If you have played this game, then you will understand the atmosphere of the song. Also I have come along way with my drum loops, and I feel I do better with break beat style loops as I have in this song. Dark, Fast, and Intense.
Here are two songs that I had uploaded to YouTube, but some how lost the MP3 files when my hard-drive crashed awhile back.
This is “YES”. I wrote this song to be performed live with a keyboard, and actually did perform live at the same show I played “DAO” in the post below. This song features samples taken from the game Portal.
This is “Gman”. Inspired from the classic video game Half Life 2. If you’ve played it you will really get this song, but you don’t have to, to enjoy it.
Joshua Chapman, myself, and Trey Dellinger are collaborating on a new project that features guitars, synths, and traditional drums, and synth drums.
“This is a new recording of “Equivalent Exchange” from my new project with Trey Dellinger and Seth Monteleone . Trey and I wrote the guitars and drums. I programmed some of the synth parts but Seth is taking over on Synths and the synths you hear in this song were arranged by him. This is one of many mixes this song will go through. For now enjoy. Sounds epic!”